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The Ministry of Education, Employment and Gender Affairs, along with the Department of Labour and Pensions, has launched public consultation on the Labour Relations Bill, 2015 and National Pensions (Amendment) Bill, 2015. We invite the public to review the Bill and provide feedback by Monday, 31st August 2015.

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    Update on John Gray HS
    Gym on track and strategic outline case for new campus approved by Cabinet. 22nd February 2017, 8:05am
    Statement on Mould
    Response to social media post regarding Sir John A. Cumber Primary School.  18th January 2017, 3:41pm
    Alleged Child Abuse Statement
    Incident at Sir John A. Cumber Primary School 18th January 2017, 3:36pm
    New Sunrise Centre Plans
    Rider Levett Bucknall to develop the Outline Business Case.  16th January 2017, 9:30am

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    Minimum Wage Advisory Committee

    As per Section 21 of the Labour Law (2011 Revision) Cabinet established the Minimum Wage Advisory Committee (MWAC) to carry out the necessary research and recommend a minimum wage or wages for the Cayman Islands.

    Graduation Criteria for Government Schools

    Her Excellency The Governor, Mrs Helen Kilpatrick CB in a recent tour of Clifton Hunter High School

    The new criteria for graduation from government secondary schools are being applied this summer (June 2014) for the first time.


    About Us

    Hon. Tara Rivers, JP, MLA

    We are the Ministry of Education, Employment and Gender Affairs. From schools, colleges and training programmes to job placement, labour administration and pension inspections, we are a ministry focused on enabling our people to realise their hopes and dreams of becoming productive and valued members of Caymanian society.

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